President Asif Ali Zardari and India Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will meet Tuesday on the sidelines of Shanghai Cooperation Organization summit here in a bid to restart the stalled peace process.The meeting between President Zardari and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to be held in Yekaterinburg - a city located where Asia and Europe meet, will be first one since the composite dialogue process initiated between the Pakistan and India in 2004, got paralyzed following the November 2008 Mumbai attacks. It is a welcome development and will have a salutary impact, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said. The Foreign Minister said, The two leaders will have a one-on-one meeting, however refused to divulge on more details. Let the meeting take place and then we can talk after it is over, he said. When asked about the agenda of the meeting, the Foreign Minister said, We cant prejudge the outcome of the meeting, and added that it was an important meeting between two important leaders. On how long the meeting was expected to last, Qureshi said, When two national leaders meet, time is of no significance. The two leaders last met in September 2008 on the sidelines of UN General Assembly in New York. It is for the first time that Pakistan has confirmed the meeting of President Zardari and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh after days of speculation, that is expected to break the ice between the two neighbouring states.